The countdown for the big game has begun — and the hot wing and beer count has skyrocketed for local bars and restaurants in preparation for Super Bowl Sunday.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. economy added 151,000 jobs in January, a slowdown from recent months but still a sign of a solid job market. Employers raised pay, more people felt confident enough to look for work and the unemployment rate
INDIANAPOLIS — Downtown Indianapolis was once so desolate that men armed with shotguns hunted pigeons on Sundays among empty buildings and a trash-strewn river canal.
The sounds of sawing and nailing echoed off the exposed brick walls at 108 Tipton St. Wednesday morning
CHATTANOOGA — America’s first new power plant to be built in the 21st century may end up costing $200 million more than what it was budgeted last year.
SAN FRANCISCO — Yahoo is laying off about 1,700 employees and shedding some of its excess baggage in a shake-up likely to determine whether CEO Marissa Mayer can save her own job.
Members of the Johnson City Development Authority now seem willing to put a little skin in the game to take the metal skin off the 60-foot-tall former
Updated Feb 2, 2016 at 9:25 PM
A systemwide computer glitch recently slowed down patient care at Mountain States Health Alliance facilities for nine days, MSHA has confirmed.
ELIZABETHTON — Cook Out Fresh Hamburgers, a, Thomasville, N.C., chain, will soon have one of its stores in Elizabethton.
The governor already called in one last-minute reprieve, but Dianna Cantler and the Johnson City Development Authority are hoping for a “stay of execution,” and maybe even a full pardon for the former U-Haul sign near a future downtown park.
ROGERSVILLE — A massive proposed solar panel manufacturing plant looking to invest $480 million and create 1,200 jobs has narrowed its list of six prospective locations to two properties in the Tri-Cities including Hawkins County’s Phipps Bend
KINGSPORT — Eastman Chemical Co. Chairman and CEO Mark Costa says the company is changing its segment structure and will pursue “aggressive cost reduction” in a bid to achieve a seventh straight year of earnings growth in 2016.
GILLETTE, Wyo. — Hard times for the coal have spread from Appalachia to the Rocky Mountain region.
A group of East Tennessee State University business students, under the guidance of accountancy faculty member Dr. Anthony Masino, will offer free tax-preparation assistance again this year through the Internal Revenue Service’s Volunteer Income
Milligan College’s VITA tax preparation program marks its eighth year offering free, IRS-certified return preparation for the 2016 tax prep season starting Feb. 1 through April 14.